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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by HerrGlock, Jan 22, 2013.
I wonder if they got robbed that day.
If it is concealed, how do they know to give you the meal free??
You show'em your CCW badge.
Do you drive your car through the front door of a building to show your drivers license?
I guess you didn't read the sign that was on the linked page.
Most GTers only read the thread title before commenting.
Say, this makes me think - you've seen places like the Hard Rock Cafe with guitars and musical stuff all over the walls, or antiques or sports memorabilia, or whatever. Why not a gun themed restaurant with guns on display, hunting gear, specials with a CCW permit and such. Put it in a city and you'd certainly attract a loyal crowd.
I seem to remember a company looking to put such a restaurant in NYC. Can't remember what all came of it, though
I'm thinking more like Louisville, maybe near the Frazier museum.
This is what I was thinking of:
Topics of The Times; The N.R.A. in Times Square
Seems like a good idea, but I'd probably just pay for my food rather than outing myself. I do like the gun theme restaurant idea though.
I've never undertood the "OMG it's a secret" attitude a lot of people have here. I don't open carry, but I don't care at all if somebody knows I have a gun or sees it.
That is a restaurant that I would support, if they were closer. Wish a restaurant in this area would do something like that. Not that I am looking for free food. I would show them my CCW permit, and still pay for the food, to thank them for supporting the 2A.
Time to time when interacting with gun buyers, I've made mention I have a CCDW permit when for whatever reason they wanted to tell me they have one.
I don't open carry and I have no prob whoever wants to say they have a concealed firearm, but it's just an unwritten rule to try and be somewhat discreet.
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Wow, finally a NYT article that was unbiased, concise, factual and to the point!